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Thread: Folded dahlia (experiment)

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    I'd love a tutorial as well. They would be beautiful on the skirt of one of the dolls I make for kids with cancer. gorgeous

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    I use to make those a lot.... Fun aren't they? Makes a wonderful Christmas wall hanging when done in reds :D

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    Will be interested to see if anyone is successful with the English translation. They are sooooo beautiful.

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    oh my those are georgeous. I can't imagine how you can figure this out. I am amazed at the fun things quilters do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dakota Rose
    Will be interested to see if anyone is successful with the English translation. They are sooooo beautiful.
    I've tried some of the free online translation sites but no words were recognized! The translation give through this thread is the google one.

    Think we need an Hungarian person to help if anyone knows one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjnicholson
    Wow! Those are beautiful! Do you think you could do a tutorial, or at least some hints?

    Where are the other two?
    :thumbup: my thoughts EXACTLY!!

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    Fantastic tut. I must do this. It looks great and so easy to follow. Many thanks for sharing.

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    Those are beautiful; thanks for sharing them!

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    WOW!!! Those are gorgeous!!!

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    very nice I will have to bookmark this

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    All sew pretty.....I love the pink one

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    beautiful....how do you get the english version of the one blog..I couldn't find it anywhere..blessings

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    They are beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GramaLaura
    I use to make those a lot.... Fun aren't they? Makes a wonderful Christmas wall hanging when done in reds :D
    Enci, these are so beautiful. Your work is wonderful.
    GramaLaura, Would you be able to do a tutorial for us? I would love to know how to make these.

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    B E A U T I F U L ! ! !
    I really LOVE the pink one.... SUPER :)

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    pretty please GramsLaura a tut

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    Very pretty, I really like the first two.

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    Looks great and very interesting.

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    OK, everyone! I got a PM back from Enci. Seems her daughter is an interpreter and will see what she can do!

    Also she's putting a Youtube video link on her Face book site - Enci Toth.

    Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!!

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    Oh WOW! soooo cool, nice, beautiful, quiltastic! I love it!

    TreeFrog

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    Very pretty! I will try it some day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsie
    OK, everyone! I got a PM back from Enci. Seems her daughter is an interpreter and will see what she can do!

    Also she's putting a Youtube video link on her Face book site - Enci Toth.

    Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!!
    How do we find her FB site? I did a search for Enci Toth, but got more than one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MommaDorian
    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsie
    OK, everyone! I got a PM back from Enci. Seems her daughter is an interpreter and will see what she can do!

    Also she's putting a Youtube video link on her Face book site - Enci Toth.

    Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!!
    How do we find her FB site? I did a search for Enci Toth, but got more than one.
    Update: I think its this one due to the city and the quilt pictures. I reached her by pm.
    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001947565630

    Hmmmmmmmm, I haven't tried. She did say that "felbehajtuk" = fold in half, (fel = fold) and
    szirom = petal.

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    Could you do a tutorial in English? The one that is from Hungary would be great if in English. Thanks for the pictures and the other tut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlesister
    Could you do a tutorial in English? The one that is from Hungary would be great if in English. Thanks for the pictures and the other tut.
    Read the WHOLE post, please.

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